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Old 04 March 2002, 20:03   #43
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Your point of view is "It has custom chips, therefore it's an Amiga", my
point of view is "It runs AmigaOS natively, therefore it's an Amiga". We
won't agree on that one, I'm afraid
Amiga 3000UX is an extreme example but my point is actually "if it has AmigaOS that runs on an real amiga hardware, it is Amiga. My definition of Amiga hardware is, a multimedia computer that has advanced audiovisual abilities ahead of the standards of it's time yet easy to use and as inexpensive as any home computer. That's what Amiga once was and what it should be. AmigaOS is good with amiga hardware but it's just a gui when it runs on a x86 machine. I can do that with windowblinds
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